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The Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew is shown in this undated handout photo provided by the City of Prescott in Arizona. The elite team of 19 firemen were killed on Sunday in one of deadliest U.S. firefighting disasters in decades as flames raced

Take Two for July 1, 2013

Deadly Arizona fire claims lives of 19 firefighters. How can fire-prone areas fight wildfires while also ensuring the safety of firefighters?; Rural New Mexico community first to pass county-wide fracking ban; Gov. Brown OKs state's first off-reservation casino deal; California suburbs growing rapidly due to rising Latino population; Why have so many NFL players been arrested this summer? and much more.

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Take Two for June 28, 2013

Migrant farmworkers speak up about sexual harassment and rape; Mavis Staples and Jeff Tweedy collaborate on 'One True Vine'; Friday Flashback: SCOTUS decisions, NSA scandal and more; Time is running out for prevention of student loan rate hike; Get ready, Bullseye with Jesse Thorn is coming to KPCC


Take Two for June 27, 2013

Senate poised to pass bipartisan immigration reform bill; What the defeat of DOMA means for gay couples with foreign-born spouses; How is LA County preparing for potential influx of gay marriages?; Prop 8 decision a likely boon for wedding vendors; Picture This: Pej Behdarvand and the world of African body builders; Non-Mexican migrants increasing at the border

Californians React To Supreme Court Rulings On Prop 8 And DOMA

Take Two for June 26, 2013

The Supreme Court made historic rulings on both Prop 8 and the Defense Of Marriage Act today. We'll have a full show of analysis, local and national reaction, and we'll hear how this ruling will affect everyday Californians. In addition, we'll take a look at photographer David Guttenfelder's series on the plight of the songbird, and our regular sports roundup.

Supreme Court Issues Orders On Pending Cases

Take Two for June 25, 2013

SCOTUS rules against key part of Voting Rights Act; President Obama to reveal plan for climate change; Norovirus outbreaks plague Yellowstone, Grand Teton parks; Competition seeks ideas for extreme weather resistant architecture; The Rainbow Flag at 35: Making of a global symbol of gay rights; Arborists attempt to clone John Muir's dying Giant Sequoia; Remembering 'Twilight Zone' writer Richard Matheson

Abigail Noel Fisher, who challenged a racial component to University of Texas at Austin's admissions policy, speaks to the media outside the U.S. Supreme Court building during oral in the case in October.

Take Two for June 24, 2013

SCOTUS punts affirmative action case back to lower courts; Immigration reform package's future in House is uncertain; Why is Edward Snowden seeking asylum in Ecuador?; Imperial Courts homicide draws attention to area's transition; #MyName: The importance of names and what they say about you; Hell Is Other People app helps you avoid unwanted run-ins, plus much more.